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Francesco Campagna

38060 Calliano (TN)
Italy

EU
italy
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Call data

Last update:2017-08-06 19:00:47
QTH:North-Eastern side of Italy
Continent:EU
Premium:YES
Views:186
Main prefix:I
Class:A
Latitude:45.9347206
Longitude:11.0994756
Locator:JN55NW
DXCC Zone:248
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15

Most used bands

40m
(62%)
20m
(35%)
15m
(2%)
10m
(2%)
17m
(1%)

Most used modes

LSB
(67%)
USB
(34%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2017-02-02 15:09:24
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Hello everyone and thank you for visiting my page.

My name's Francesco, I have always been stimulated by science, and moreover, technologies. I always have been interested in developing and deepening my knowledge in a way that would be more beneficial to my interest and efficiency.

Before moving to follow up on my university studies, I used to play for many years (since I was a kid) with tools and rigs for radio communication purposes. This wonderful gift came to me from an OM located close to my village in the south of Italy (Calabria), which using the real Radio Ham spirit, he started out with passion to teach me technical tricks around radios.

I started to study in order to get my Ham license, but I had to stop because after I got my high school diploma in the 1992, the subsequent studies in theoretical physics took me away from the village and far away from the radio, so I had to stop for many years for obvious reasons linked with studies.

Some years then passed and I decided to go back in time and take care of my “unfinished work” regarding "a passion" which stayed somewhere for a long time, like something which has been hiding in a corner.

However, in 2015 I decided then to study in order to finish what it was started with the OM which introduced me to the world of radio, and, I got finally my Ham radio class A license during summer in 2015.

Well, I am putting now bit by bit all the pieces together and build up my station.

I am on my way with an
- FT847 coupled with an easy homemade multiband dipole for 20, 15, and 40 m,
- AOR Scanner 8600 MAKII for SWL purposes.

Francesco - IN3 FWG

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

- Yaesu FT-847
- homemade Inverted dipole 20, 15, 40m
- Yeasu ATAS 120 (for mobile station purposes)
- MFJ Versa Turner III
- AOR 8600 MarkII for SWL up to 3Ghz
- AOR R6000 wide band Antenna 0-2Ghz

QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 30
ITU 10
CQ 10

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